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Enjoy A Date Day Out And About In Cape Town

The weather may be cooling down, but that’s no reason to stay indoors in the Mother City. If you are looking to spend some quality time with your partner, don’t just limit it to one meal. Make a day of it! And in Cape Town, it’s pretty easy with plenty of things to do and see.  We chatted to Sulaiman Savahl , Guest Relations Officer at Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, to find out more about what exactly a couple could get up to in the Mother City for a whole day. Because who knows the city better than  guest relations?

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Call To Invest ‘Serious Resources’ In Education, To Stem Tide Of Child Labour

By Cecilia Russell “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to eliminate child labour.” So said Dennis Sinyolo, Director of Education International’s African Regional Office in Accra, Ghana adapting liberation icon and late South African president Nelson Mandela’s famous quote about how education can change the world. Sinyolo was participating in a themed discussion on education at the 5th Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour. The panellists agreed that the investment in teachers was also crucial to ending child labour. Sinyolo noted that teachers are the ones who identify those out of school, raise awareness about schooling

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Africa’s Energy Course On A New Path

Let Africa Resolve Its Energy Needs Without Interference By Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, former Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Resource and Ambassador for Africa Oil Week The African continent remains one of the most unexplored

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Preparing Teachers For Project-Based Teaching

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing how we learn, work and thrive. The education sector – internationally and in South Africa – has responded to this evolution by researching, implementing and monitoring new methodologies to

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